data vault 2.0 has been in the lab for over 3 years now. it is time to evolve, to offer some pain relief to those of you struggling with joins, performance and partitioning on the physical level. dv2.0 is a specification that solves a few of the issues that are brought on by the strict […]
Houses the basic standards and rules to follow when implementing Data Vault
there are a lot of comments, and questions out there about the data vault model, particularly from those who claim to know it and understand it. yet some of them have a) not engaged me, nor b) gone to take the certification class. reasons for the dv model are buried in the methodology – a […]
lengthy questions about the canonical structure, conceptual vs physical data vault modeling, raw data vault vs business applications. an interesting read, please add your own comments to the end of this posting.
a short video introduction to defining the data vault methodology.
a cross-link to a post that ronald damhof and i have made… http://prudenza.typepad.com/dwh/2011/02/dan-linstedt-ronald-damhof-lets-be-clear-about-the-raw-data-vault.html
this is a clarification post about the standards, certification, and offering licensed training in the market place.
a personal take on the state of the data vault standards – model and methodology, and the groups out there trying to “take over and make changes”…
a short look in to the data vault methodology, and some of the foundational concepts for changing team culture within data warehousing and bi projects.
in this entry i discuss how and why i arrived at the dv standards. it seems there is a push out there to modify the standards, and i want people to understand what they should go through before proposing changes to the model and methodology.
a quite lengthy entry on the nature of business keys, and the discussion of how the data vault model plays a role in architecture and design.